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SQR+ Squash Radio

Conor O‘Malley (SQR Squash Radio)

Connecting you more to your Squash community

THE BREAK DOWN (TBD): #25 Our favorite live music experiences of all time & Squash photography. Joined by Chris McClintick Communications Director at US Squash.THE BREAK DOWN (TBD): #24 No real title needed...just call it #TBD 24#42 Nathan Lake: The Englishman & World #36 settles in Chicago but his ranking continues to rise!
Hello and welcome to another episode of Squash Radio! This week, Conor is joined by Nathan Lake, a top English professional player.   The episode begins with Nathan discussing his recent matches at the Houston Open and reaching a career high rankings breaking into the 30's. The two discuss what it takes to play for England at the Commonwealth Games, which is one of the sport's highest honors.   Nathan talks about the transition from the UK to the US, the differences he's noticed between squash in both places, and how he's enjoying Chicago. They discuss prize money and sponsorships, as well as how social media fits into the lives of professional squash players.   Outdoor Squash is a hot topic that should not be overlooked! Nathan won the inaugural prize money event held in New York City on the new Steel court in Maspeth in 2021. NOTE:          The quick fire segment will be aired as a separate episode so stay tuned! *****   REACH OUT:  FAN FOLLOW UP > The Appendix!! In this segment, we will be sharing the feedback, comments, insights, you name it!  So reach out us on social media or email squashradio@gmail.com. As always, thanks for listening!   SPONSORS: This episode of Squash Radio (SQR+) sponsored by  ***NEW WEBSITE ALERT*** ProSportLED – the most advanced lighting technology for your racquet sport needs. ProSportLED and Squash Radio (SQR+) are both aligned about the importance of sharing the stories of people involved in our Sport.  Padel+ is coming to the United Kingdom and the United States. These are premium quality courts but at great prices. Padel+  also offers a unique Canopy roof structure that provides an outdoor playing experience with the reliability you need to play your match regardless of the weather. Reach out to us at squashradio@gmail.com if you know of anyone interested in LED lighting.
Feb 23 2022
51 mins
#41 Alex Gough:  20 years at the Top! The PSA World Tour CEO discusses the journey, growth and milestones.  He even talks about his World #2 finish for Wales.
Squash Radio is back with another episode! We have a really special guest this week. Alex Gough, former world #5 and current CEO of the PSA World Tour, joins Conor to discuss all things PSA!   Alex begins the podcast by discussing how he became involved with the PSA, what it was like when he first started in 2008, and how it has constantly evolved and grown since then. He discusses previous tournaments, the evolution of the personnel, new projects, prize money, events, and so on. The two talk about the PSA's latest partnership with Infront and what it means for the organization and the sport.   Alex talks about some of the things he's most excited about for the PSA's future, as well as himself, and how he thinks some of these goals will be achieved. He sees a lot of potential in changing the way events are organized, and he illustrates how small adjustments may attract a whole new audience.   Conor switches the discussion about Alex's squash playing days, recalling his time playing for Wales and helping them to a record World #2 finish as Finalists in the 1999 Men's World Team Championships. Egypt won their first Team Championship that year, establishing their domination on the international stage.   With so much going on in the sport, Alex Gough is the perfect person to listen to for some behind-the-scenes information! NOTE:  The quick fire segment will be aired as a separate episode so stay tuned! *****   REACH OUT:  FAN FOLLOW UP > The Appendix!! In this segment, we will be sharing the feedback, comments, insights, you name it!  So reach out us on social media or email squashradio@gmail.com. As always, thanks for listening!   SPONSORS: This episode of Squash Radio (SQR+) sponsored by  ***NEW WEBSITE ALERT*** ProSportLED – the most advanced lighting technology for your racquet sport needs. ProSportLED and Squash Radio (SQR+) are both aligned about the importance of sharing the stories of people involved in our Sport.
Feb 17 2022
58 mins
THE BREAK DOWN (TBD): #23 Showdown in Chi-town at the Windy City Open
Welcome back to another TBD episode with your three favorite hosts, Conor, Bill and PJ! This week the guys are joined by John Flanigan and Yoni Ellous from The University Club to discuss all things Windy City Open in Chicago.   The guys start off by doing their best to pronounce Yoni's last name, and then get into the topic at hand. John talks about the behind the scenes work of getting the courts up and running (including the use of sledgehammers), and how they decide on the structure. They talk about experiences in Chicago in the winter vs. summer (Chicago isn't always freezing!?), and their excitement for this specific tournament.    John and Yoni go into more details about The University Club, and how fan engagement can vary from club to club. The common consensus amongst everyone is the rowdier the fan base, the better, so bring your pom poms! PJ asks about certain fashion choices, and the guys dive into a discussion about winner's jackets. The significant prize money from this tournament is brought into the conversation. They end the episode with a chat about who they're excited to see compete.    Tune in for the highest order of squash at the Windy City Open! Who are you excited to see out on the courts?! Link https://windycityopen.ussquash.com/  Feb. 23 - Mar. 2   REACH OUT:  FAN FOLLOW UP > The Appendix!! In this segment, we will be sharing the feedback, comments, insights, you name it!  So reach out us on social media or email squashradio@gmail.com. As always, thanks for listening!   SPONSORS: This episode of Squash Radio (SQR+) sponsored by  ***NEW WEBSITE ALERT*** ProSportLED – the most advanced lighting technology for your racquet sport needs. ProSportLED and Squash Radio (SQR+) are both aligned about the importance of sharing the stories of people involved in our Sport.  Padel+ is coming to the United Kingdom and the United States. These are premium quality courts but at great prices. Padel+  also offers a unique Canopy roof structure that provides an outdoor playing experience with the reliability you need to play your match regardless of the weather.
Feb 10 2022
1 hr 1 min
#40 Will Hopton: Executive Director of Squash On Fire in DC talks about their approach for opening new doors in Squash
Hey there squash fans! This week's guest is Will Hopton, the Executive Director of Squash on Fire in DC, former World #2 Rackets player & Doubles Champion as well as a lover of all racket sports!    The episode starts off with a conversation about Will's background in Rackets. He explains how he got into the sport, his experience with coaching, and his passion for other racket sports.   The topic changes when Conor asks about Will's current passion, Squash on Fire, in DC. Will explains a bit about what exactly Squash on Fire is, the walk-in pay to play concept, how they're trying to make it more of a social club (not just for squash), the European feel to it, and challenges he's faced. He explains a bit about how pricing works and how accessible it is to everyone.    Conor and Will discuss the upcoming event that will be held at Squash on Fire, the Squash on Fire Open, which will take place from February 16th until the 20th. The two talk about who they're most excited to see play.   Will finishes off the episode by talking about what he's most excited about for the future of Squash on Fire.   Be sure to tune in to the event on Squash TV if you aren't able to join in person!   REACH OUT:  FAN FOLLOW UP > The Appendix!! In this segment, we will be sharing the feedback, comments, insights, you name it!  So reach out us on social media or email squashradio@gmail.com. As always, thanks for listening!   SPONSORS: This episode of Squash Radio (SQR+) sponsored by  ***NEW WEBSITE ALERT*** ProSportLED – the most advanced lighting technology for your racquet sport needs. ProSportLED and Squash Radio (SQR+) are both aligned about the importance of sharing the stories of people involved in our Sport.  Padel+ is coming to the United Kingdom and the United States. These are premium quality courts but at great prices. Padel+  also offers a unique Canopy roof structure that provides an outdoor playing experience with the reliability you need to play your match regardless of the weather. Reach out to us at squashradio@gmail.com if you know of anyone interested in LED lighting.
Feb 3 2022
55 mins
THE BREAK DOWN (TBD): #22 Talking Points: from Asal’s Suspension to Paul Coll (is it the hair?)
Welcome to another episode of The Break Down with Conor, Bill and PJ!   In an homage to Kornheiser and Wilbon, TBD is proud to present its very first rundown!  Since  the names PTI and PMT are already taken, and PJ’s salary doesn’t leave us any money to defend ourselves against copywrite infringement suits, we need your help producing a name for this segment! In this episode, the guys run through a wide range of topics, including the recent suspension of Mostafa Asal, the rise of Paul Coll (and Bill’s love affair with his hair), college squash, Ricky Gervais, coaches getting too much credit, and much more.   Listen in for an episode filled with debates, squash stats, and as always, just the right amount of absurdity.   P.S. - we’re serious! Come up with a name for our newest segment of TBD and in exchange you get full bragging rights, a shout out on the next episode and a lock of Paul Coll’s hair!   REACH OUT:  FAN FOLLOW UP > The Appendix!! In this segment, we will be sharing the feedback, comments, insights, you name it!  So reach out us on social media or email squashradio@gmail.com. As always, thanks for listening!   SPONSORS: This episode of Squash Radio (SQR+) sponsored by  ***NEW WEBSITE ALERT*** ProSportLED – the most advanced lighting technology for your racquet sport needs. ProSportLED and Squash Radio (SQR+) are both aligned about the importance of sharing the stories of people involved in our Sport.  Padel+ is coming to the United Kingdom and the United States. These are premium quality courts but at great prices. Padel+  also offers a unique Canopy roof structure that provides an outdoor playing experience with the reliability you need to play your match regardless of the weather.
Jan 28 2022
1 hr 1 min
#39 Simon Parke: The former World #3 Englishman, now SquashTV Commentator/Coach shares his journey…
Welcome back to another episode of Squash Radio! This week’s guest is former world number 3 player, squash commentator, and cancer survivor: Simon Parke.   The conversation starts off with Parke explaining how he got into squash commentary, and how it related to his squash game. He explains the mental challenges of squash, and reminisces on past games and tournaments.   Conor changes the subject a bit when he asks Parke to expand a bit on his past health struggles, specifically his diagnosis and battle with testicular cancer in 1995. Parke explains how it changed his life, and specifically squash career. The guys discuss their shared experience of appendicitis.   They continue on to discuss role models in Parke’s life and how his father encouraged his squash endeavors. This leads to a conversation about Parke’s own experience with fatherhood.   The episode ends with the classic “quick fire” section!     REACH OUT:  FAN FOLLOW UP > The Appendix!! In this segment, we will be sharing the feedback, comments, insights, you name it!  So reach out us on social media or email squashradio@gmail.com. As always, thanks for listening!   SPONSORS: This episode of Squash Radio (SQR+) sponsored by  ***NEW WEBSITE ALERT*** ProSportLED – the most advanced lighting technology for your racquet sport needs. ProSportLED and Squash Radio (SQR+) are both aligned about the importance of sharing the stories of people involved in our Sport.  Padel+ is coming to the United Kingdom and the United States. These are premium quality courts but at great prices. Padel+  also offer a unique Canopy roof structure that provides an outdoor playing experience with the reliability you need to play your match regardless of the weather. Reach out to us at squashradio@gmail.com if you know of anyone interested in LED lighting.
Jan 20 2022
50 mins
THE BREAK DOWN (TBD): #21 Mostafa Asal, Squash’s youngest super star creating a buzz AKA ”The Asal Effect”
Jan 14 2022
41 mins
#38 Barrett Takesian: A Community Builder, spreading a new vision of Squash.  With a Community first approach that embraces everyone.
Welcome back, squash fans! This week’s guest is most well known for being the Executive Director of Portland Community Squash in Maine: Barrett Takesian. Barrett is the master of building community, which is definitely a theme throughout this episode!   The episode begins with an introduction of a new video project he’s been working on, in which he’s put his business model for growing squash programs, along with other programs, into a three-part model. He explains how he helped grow Portland Community Squash from the ground up, what worked and what didn’t, and how he can help others do the same.    Conor asks about some of the trials and tribulations Barrett went through when first starting off, and Barrett goes into some detail about different roadblocks and how he overcame them. Once it got off the ground, however, Portland Community Squash has only grown and currently has 156 members involved in the programs.   Barrett then talks about what elements of the program he finds most rewarding, and sheds light on how he’s watched various students and players transform in such positive ways. This leads into the topic of dividedness, along with diversity across our country, and how Portland Community Squash is trying to combat the divide, and encourage the diverse, especially through exercises he describes as “iceberg talks”.   Before the quickfire section begins, Conor asks what Barrett’s vision is for the future, and the two discuss all of the exciting plans ahead, especially for community centers across the country. The conversation ends with the classic quickfire section, with discussions about the new James Bond movie, and potential Ted Talks.   Be sure to tune into an episode filled with conversations about community, diversity, and growth!    LINKS: Video – ‘A Matter of Community’US SQUASH https://ussquash.org/community/   REACH OUT:  FAN FOLLOW UP > The Appendix!! In this segment, we will be sharing the feedback, comments, insights, you name it!  So reach out us on social media or email squashradio@gmail.com. As always, thanks for listening!   SPONSOR: This episode of Squash Radio (SQR+) sponsored by ProSportLED – the most advanced lighting technology for your racquet sport needs. ProSportLED and Squash Radio (SQR+) are both aligned about the importance of sharing the stories of people involved in our Sport.  Reach out to us at squashradio@gmail.com if you know of anyone interested in LED lighting.
Nov 5 2021
50 mins
QUICK HIT #4: College Squash is underway! David Poolman (Executive Director) Of College Squash shares the latest…THE BREAK DOWN (TBD): #20 Almost Famous; Olivia Fiechter.  Princeton Grad & U.S. Open Semi-finalist joins TBD#37 Chris Smith: From Harvard to St. Paul’s School, expanding the vision of High School Squash in New England
Welcome back, squash fans! This week’s guest is Chris Smith, and the episode is structured a little differently than the others. The majority of it was recorded over three years ago, but was never released, so Conor recently recorded a quick follow up to bring it all together.   The episode starts off with a brief conversation about where Chris is now and what has changed in his life over the past few years since the original conversation was recorded back in 2018. Most well known for being the Head Boys and Girls Squash Coach at St. Paul’s School, along with the Associate Dean of Admissions at the school, Chris has recently added the title of Associate Director of Athletics to his title.   After the intro concludes, the episode recorded back in 2018 begins with a conversation about how Chris started at St. Paul’s and his experience working on the admissions side of things while being the head coach, and how the two intertwine. He discusses his experience working with both the boy’s and girl’s teams at the school, and how he’s helped them grow. He talks about the recruitment process, including the ins and outs of prep school championships. Chris has interesting input about what sets St. Paul’s apart from other boarding schools, and how he was working to bring in more international students as well.   This leads into a conversation about Chris’ coaching style, and how attending a boarding school while playing squash can really help to set players apart from others in terms of the college recruitment process. He talks about how he was trying to bring more of a college level coaching style to high school, and his hopes for growing the prep school league.   Conor brings up the topic of technology and Chris discusses how he has utilized it to help evolve the squash courts at St. Paul’s through scoreboards and microphone sound systems.   The conversation shifts when Conor asks about Chris’ three and a half year old daughter, Avery, who at the time had recently received a cancer diagnosis. He talks about what the road ahead was going to look like, how she was doing, and how their lives were changing, but especially how they were keeping their positivity. He mentions the support they had been receiving, and what they were doing to support other families in similar positions. Conor asks a couple quickfire questions, which ends the episode from 2018.   There’s a brief follow up in which Chris discusses where Avery is now, how she’s doing health wise, and how they’ve managed to stay positive through the years.   Be sure to tune in to an episode filled with advice from someone very involved in the boarding school squash and recruitment world, ideas on how technology can change the game of squash, and emotional words and stories from a rock star dad!   *****************************************   REACH OUT:  FAN FOLLOW UP > The Appendix!! In this segment, we will be sharing the feedback, comments, insights, you name it!  So reach out us on social media or email squashradio@gmail.com. As always, thanks for listening!   SPONSOR: This episode of Squash Radio (SQR+) sponsored by ProSportLED – the most advanced lighting technology for your racquet sport needs. ProSportLED and Squash Radio (SQR+) are both aligned about the importance of sharing the stories of people involved in our Sport.  Reach out to us at squashradio@gmail.com if you know of anyone interested in LED lighting.
Oct 15 2021
1 hr 25 mins
#36 Aidan Harrison: Doubles Guru, Lululemon Ambassador & Head Pro at Onwentsia Club
Welcome back to another episode of Squash Radio! This week’s guest is Aidan Harrison. Known for developing the squash program at the Onwentsia Club in Illinois, Aidan built the program from the ground up. 20 years later, he’s still enhancing the program daily. He’s responsible for growing the league’s participation by 800% by creating one of the most competitive programs in the state. Aidan is also one of the members of past guest and current #3, Amanda Sobhy’s coaching team.   The episode starts off with Aidan discussing what brought him to the US from the UK, and what made him want to start coaching juniors. This leads into a conversation about the beginnings of the Onwentsia Club back in 2001, especially focusing on some of the unique and creative events and tournaments Aidan put together. Conor asks the question of how Aidan grew the women’s program at the club, and Aidan speaks more about how his creative group classes and events helped to draw in a diverse crowd. This leads to the question of how Aidan would come up with these events, and he talks about his brainstorming process.   Conor poses the question of how Aidan works with and coaches his elite players, and Aidan gives examples of some of his favorite coaching styles, and gives the listeners lots of advice and pointers. He tells some stories from his coaching career, and how he helps players deal with the stress of competing.   The conversation shifts when Conor asks Aidan about his experience being a Lulu Lemon ambassador. Aidan explains how his passion of deejaying and teaching spin classes got him involved with the brand, and the reasons why he’s so impressed with Lulu Lemon as a whole. This leads to a dialog about Aidan’s passion for spinning and teaching spin classes.   Towards the end of the episode, the two talk about Aidan’s work with the Love to Be foundation, which has helped to bring two of Aidan’s greatest passions together (deejaying and playing squash). Conor thanks Aidan for his support for Metro Squash, and how it’s changed the Chicago squash community. The conversation ends with the classic “quick fire” section.  REACH OUT:  FAN FOLLOW UP > The Appendix!! In this segment, we will be sharing the feedback, comments, insights, you name it!  So reach out us on social media or email squashradio@gmail.com. As always, thanks for listening!   SPONSOR: This episode of Squash Radio (SQR+) sponsored by ProSportLED – the most advanced lighting technology for your racquet sport needs. ProSportLED and Squash Radio (SQR+) are both aligned about the importance of sharing the stories of people involved in our Sport.  Reach out to us at squashradio@gmail.com if you know of anyone interested in LED lighting.
Oct 7 2021
1 hr
#35 Paul (PJ) Johnson: Former World #4, Lead Commentary on SquashTV, World Class Coach & Podcast Host
Welcome back, squash fans! This week we’re highlighting a guest that’s very near and dear to our hearts here at Squash Radio. He’s a former #4 player, gold medalist, one of the highest leading coaches in the world, lead commentator on Squash TV and (most importantly), cohost of The Breakdown with Conor and Bill: the one and only, Paul Johnson (aka PJ)!   PJ begins the episode by giving a little background about his coaching career, and talks about the adjustments he had to make in his coaching style after moving to the states from the UK. He talks about the importance of being confident in oneself as a coach, how he spotted talent in young players, and the need for a strong work ethic in his players. He also brings up the importance of players actually participating and learning from matches, rather than solely learning from the technical side of being coached. He continues on to answer a couple of questions about how he stays sharp as a coach (along with fellow coach, David Pearson), and offers advice to the listeners on simple things he does. Conor and PJ continue to talk about fellow great coaches and favorite stories.   Midway through the episode, Conor asks PJ for more details about his transition from the UK to the US back in the day, and PJ tells a tale of one of his early experiences, getting whisked away to coach in the Hamptons, only to witness a tennis match with one of today’s most highly ranked and well known female players of all time. PJ tells another story from his early days in the US, and his experience with burn out, along with how he handled disappointment within himself. Conor asks PJ about his experience at the Commonwealth Games, and PJ describes the feeling of winning a gold metal.   The conversation shifts when Conor brings up PJ’s other passion, which is music. Pj discusses what originally made him so passionate about various music types, what he listens to now, and his relationship with music in between. The episode ends with a couple of Conor’s classic quickfire questions.   Tune in for an episode filled with coaching advice, stories from the past, musical choices, and more!   REACH OUT:  FAN FOLLOW UP > The Appendix!! In this segment, we will be sharing the feedback, comments, insights, you name it!  So reach out us on social media or email squashradio@gmail.com. As always, thanks for listening!   SPONSOR: This episode of Squash Radio (SQR+) sponsored by ProSportLED – the most advanced lighting technology for your racquet sport needs. ProSportLED and Squash Radio (SQR+) are both aligned about the importance of sharing the stories of people involved in our Sport.  Reach out to us at squashradio@gmail.com if you know of anyone interested in LED lighting.
Sep 29 2021
1 hr 2 mins
THE BREAK DOWN (TBD): #19 ‘Story Time‘ featuring Jamie MaddoxQUICK HIT #3:  It’s Women’s Squash Week! Listen to Kim Clearkin (Senior VP @US Squash) give a snapshot of the week + Women activities Nationwide#34 Manek Mathur: #1 Doubles player on SDA turned Real Estate Career.  Learn how Creativity helps him thrive in all aspect of life.
Welcome back, squash fans! This week we have Manek Mathur on the podcast. Most well known for being ranked the #1 doubles player on the SDA Tour, four-time College Squash National Team Champion, DJ and music producer and his new career path in the world of real estate.    The episode starts with Manek’s experience playing at Trinity and the relationships he formed with his coach (Paul Assaiante) and fellow teammates. Originally from India, the transition to being an international student at Trinity was welcoming, in large part to the squash family community built over the years. This was huge for Manek and a common theme throughout the episode.    He shares what competition was like among teammates, including tension, but how they moved past it to thrive and create lifelong friendships. There’s a shift in the conversation when Conor asks about a former teammate (Shaun Johnstone) and how they all handled the news of him being diagnosed with Cancer. Manek shares how the community dealt with it and what can be learned from it.     The episode continues with Conor asking about Manek’s experience moving from singles to doubles, and eventually being ranked #1. Manek talks about the transition and how he took pointers and tips from other players along the way.    Manek then discusses his time at the Racquet and Tennis club, and how much he enjoyed his time and his community there, along with the changes he made to improve the club.    The conversation shifts to the topic of Manek’s passion for creating music, more specifically, as a DJ/Creator. He brings up how music used to help him before playing matches, and has since become a lifelong passion. Conor and Manek talk about the “flow state” and how that’s a common theme in both Manek’s music making and squash game. He gives advice on how to be productive in one’s craft, but not let it take up too much time.    The episode begins to draw to a close when Manek talks about his fairly recent career change into real estate. He’s currently working in Brooklyn, NY, and loving his new job. Of course, the episode finishes with the classic “quick fire” section, where Conor asks questions about Manek’s interests and passions beyond the squash world. Tune in for an episode filled with topics about community, creativity, finding one’s passions, and how it all intertwines!   Music Credit@ Manek Mather ‘Seeing Ghost’ SPONSOR:  This episode of Squash Radio (SQR+) sponsored by ProSportLED – the most advanced lighting technology for your racquet sport needs. ProSportLED and Squash Radio (SQR+) are both aligned about the importance of sharing the stories of people involved in our Sport.  Reach out to us at squashradio@gmail.com if you know of anyone interested in LED lighting.
Sep 16 2021
51 mins
#33 Danielle Maur: Former National Director of Racquet Sports at Life Time, launches Squash 3.0
This week’s guest is Danielle Maur, former National Director of Racquet Sports at Life Time Fitness, CEO & Co-founder of Global Squash, and named on the list of the top 50 most influential people in the sport of squash by Squash Magazine.   The episode begins with Danielle discussing her time at Life Time Fitness, from how she helped it grow, to her role in the education of the club, to how she advocated for squash courts to be part of fitness clubs. She continues on to discuss how important community and friendships are in the game of squash, and how building squash communities at fitness clubs could help the sport to grow, especially in regards to gyms. She brings up points on why it isn’t as simple as just putting a squash court in every gym and hoping players come – there’s a fine balance between the community, utilizing space in the best way possible, and how finances come into all of it.   The conversation continues to a comparison of racquet sports, especially in a sports club setting. Of course, all are similar in a lot of ways, but Danielle brings up how, for example, tennis brings in a different crowd than squash, including revenue, engagement, and space.   The dialog takes a slight shift when Conor brings up the topic of both Danielle and her husband Andre’s past health scares. Danielle discusses her experience with burn out, trying to keep everyone happy, and eventually suffering a stroke and in turn, falling into coma. She’s passionate about how people can recover from trauma, especially through mental determination, and gives advice on what has helped her.   The episode wraps up with Danielle discussing her newest endeavor with her husband, Squash 3.0, which is an online course for squash coaches to revamp their teaching styles, and live up to their highest potential. Find more information on Danielle’s Facebook page - https://www.facebook.com/groups/globalsquashevent/.   SPONSOR:  This episode of Squash Radio (SQR+) sponsored by ProSportLED – the most advanced lighting technology for your racquet sport needs. ProSportLED and Squash Radio (SQR+) are both aligned about the importance of sharing the stories of people involved in our Sport.  Reach out to us at squashradio@gmail.com if you know of anyone interested in LED lighting.
Sep 9 2021
55 mins
THE BREAK DOWN (TBD): #18 Dirty Laundry with Sheldon Anderson (National & PSA Referee)